After a year-long hiatus due to the pandemic, the WTA tour will be making a stop in Asia following the conclusion of the Australian Open. Starting January 30th and running through February 5th, 2023, several stars will be trying their luck at the Thailand Open Hua Hin.
A WTA 250 event, the Thailand Open was last held in 2020 with Magda Linette emerging victorious. The Polish star, who defeated fellow countrywoman Iga Swiatek in the final, is returning to defend her title. Joining her are defending champions from previous editions such as Sabalenka (2021), Daria Kasatkina (2019), and Garbine Muguruza (2018).
The tournament will feature some of today’s biggest stars including Marie Bouzkova, Ajla Tomljanovic, Marta Kostyuk, Anna Kalinskaya and Xinyu Wang. They’ll be joined by rising stars like Linda Fruhvirtova and Ysaline Bonaventure.
In addition to high-level tennis competition, players and fans alike can look forward to a great atmosphere at Hua Hin’s True Arena venue. Located just two hours south of Bangkok on Thailand’s Gulf Coast, Hua Hin is a favorite destination for beach lovers and golfers alike. With its stunning mountain views and vibrant nightlife, it promises to be an unforgettable week of tennis for everyone involved!
It has been too long since fans have enjoyed the excitement of professional women's tennis live in person - but that wait is almost over! The world's top players will converge on Thailand for what promises to be an amazing event from January 30th through February 5th at the Thailand Open Hua Hin. Be sure to tune in for all of the non-stop action!